http://www.modelbuildings.org To get the visitor involved with the character and setting of a model railroad it needs realistic scenery and structures. Low relief buildings are a great way to add amazing realism to model railroads, and they are very easy to build using a good plan and some foam core (get it from the hardware store – it’s not expensive).
This short video shows show simple it is to construct a low relief street scene that can be placed against the background of a model railroad layout to represent a distant urban setting. These low relief model railroad buildings can easily be scaled down to a smaller size – just adjust the print settings on your computer printer. They will look very real on your model railroad layout and are a lot of fun to construct.